After the T20 World Cup, Virat Kohli will continue to be the captain of limited overs. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has denied reports of Virat stepping down as captain of limited overs after the Twenty20 World Cup.
Arun Dhumal, treasurer of the Board of Control for Cricket in India, said in an interview that there was no truth in reports of Virat stepping down as captain after the Twenty20 World Cup. In fact, some earlier media reports had claimed that current skipper Virat Kohli could hand over the captaincy of the T20 and ODI teams to Rohit Sharma to focus on batting. According to BCCI sources, Kohli will step down as captain after the World Cup and focus on his batting.
According to reports, Kohli has spoken to the team management as well as Rohit about it. Kohli wants to focus on his batting. In that case, they too will follow in Dhoni’s footsteps. Dhoni also handed over the Test captaincy to Kohli to focus on batting. Now Kohli is going to do the same. Una has decided to share the responsibility of captaincy with Rohit. But now Arun Dhumal has denied so many rumors of his resignation